DNV Invests In KEMA, Creating New Energy Consultancy

Posted by NAW Staff on December 23, 2011 No Comments
Categories : New & Noteworthy

DNV, a Norway-based provider of risk-management services, has invested heavily in energy services firm KEMA, having acquired nearly three-quarters of the company's shares.

DNV and KEMA say they will form a ‘world-leading energy consulting, testing and certification company’ that will comprise KEMA's 1,800 employees and 500 employees from DNV's renewable energy and sustainability units.

The new company will be led by Thijs Aarten, CEO of KEMA, and headquartered in Arnhem, Netherlands. Its focus will be on the power generation, transmission and distribution sectors.

Leave a Comment